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Adam@Home by Rob Harrell for February 05, 2019

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    McColl34 Premium Member 4 months ago

    Of course, there are not many states where it is legal to possess, much less use, a flamethrower. Are there any, actually? I’ll have to research now. I know the Mythbusters had a problem even making one for the show in California.

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    comic4matt  4 months ago

    It’s scary when comics start thinking like me…

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    VioletBay1 Premium Member 4 months ago

    Burning down the house….

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    Say What Now‽ Premium Member 4 months ago

    Will a flamethrower be cheaper? Will the fuel be cheaper? But do go on.

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    Carl  Premium Member 4 months ago

    If you don’t mind being arrested.

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    jpayne4040  4 months ago

    That will be great—-for next time! Good luck getting one for right now, though!

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 4 months ago

    Okay, now you talking. Lets see that please.

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    PoodleGroomer  4 months ago

    The flamethrower doesn’t work well for all of those heat transfer reasons everybody slept through in chemistry and physics. It takes an incredible amount of energy to melt snow and since the heat isn’t contained, most of it escapes without melting anything. Snow blowers might just move it, except the ones with 2-stroke engines won’t start when cold. Electric snow flingers work well if you run them every 4-6 inches of snow and buy the $100 10ga. extension cord.

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    nosirrom  4 months ago

    And they’ll have the added benefit of turning their walkway and driveway into a skating rink.

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    Michael G  4 months ago

    Who let Adam out of middle school before he was ready?

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    karmakat01  4 months ago

    yeah…after the jet engine…now let’s BURN THE WHOLE NEIGHBORHOOD!

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    ChessPirate  4 months ago

    Cheaper? In the long run, no…

    “Hey! Whoa! I’m on fire here, Clayton!”

    “Cool, dad!”

    “No, I’m on fire!”

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    azzir  4 months ago

    You can get a really nice 2 stage snow blower for about 600 dollars. I doubt a decent flamethrower would cost less then that.

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    WmCraft Premium Member 4 months ago

    Just get some extra metal grates from the oven and the BBQ grill and link them together with some exposed extension cord ends connecting them and see what happens (Kids – don’t try this at home).

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    jbarnes  4 months ago

    If they used the deep snow to build a snow fort, they might not even care that they killed their backs. So, instead of shoveling, dig out bricks and build a cool fort just to one side of the driveway.

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    banjinshiju  4 months ago

    After the special licenses and liability insurance (and it would be high for Adam), a flamethrower would be far more expensive to own and operate.

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    heathcliff2  4 months ago

    I don’t know. How about plenty of safe space.., unless you live in Fahrenheit 451.

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    pamela welch Premium Member 4 months ago

    Boys will be boys; no matter their age. LOL

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    JD'Huntsville'AL  4 months ago

    well, according to Google snow blowers are around $400 and flame throwers are between $750-$1,000

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    mobile  4 months ago

    Call Elon Musk. Or did he cave on that?

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    mobile  4 months ago

    Or, Pressurized can of Hair Spray and a Bic lighter.

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    gcarlson  4 months ago

    The snowblower my wife bought me for Christmas one year would choke on that, but small bites with the shovel, not lifted high, would do the job in time.

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